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[Picture of Geo Geller]
Geo Geller is a self-taught artist who uses found and repurposed materials for his art, including: fabrics, papers, wooden drawer bottoms, paintings, signs, architectural drawings and blueprints, table legs, shelves, serving trays, flooring, signs, shells, stringed instrument fret boards, mannequins and wire rod. His works include paintings, sculptures, and mixed-media creations.
[Montage of Geo Geller's Artwork]
[Picture of Karl Doehring]
Karl Doehring was an archaeologist, art historian, and architect who worked for the king and royal family in Siam, now Thailand. His drawings of the art and architecture of Siam, including its gold and black lacquerwork, are renowned for their beauty and accuracy. In many cases, the original artwork has been lost and Doehring's drawings are the only surviving record. The gallery acquired a set, number 2/500, of his gorgeous, and exceedingly rare, gold ink on black-stock prints of Siam gold and lacquer artwork.
[Montage of Doehring's Prints]
Entries for other artists are under construction.
 
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